46 of the Best Things to Do in Toronto

Twenty years ago, nobody would have called Toronto a world-class city. But things change quickly in Canada’s biggest metropolis. A skyrocketing real estate market, a championship-winning NBA team, burgeoning high-end restaurants, expansive bike lanes and waterfront trails, the existence of Drake, one of the world’s biggest Pride parades— Toronto is now home to some of […]

Montréal Itinerary: A Laid-Back Weekend in Montréal

Famous for its electric vibe and rockin’ nightlife, there are hundreds of things to do in Montréal after dark: mad Montréal events, music festivals, swanky bars, and sexy cabaret shows. But where do you go if you just want to sunbathe in a park, see some art, soak in a hot pool, and eat your […]

Airbnb Montreal: 46 Unique and Affordable Stays

Known for its cobblestone streets, outdoor shopping centers, museums, antiques, world-class restaurants, pride parades, and vibrant art scene, Montreal is a city that guarantees to tick every box on your travel bucket list. There are endless things to do in Montreal—but what about when you sleep? From Insta-worthy apartments to NYC-style lofts and OTT penthouse […]

10 Creative First Date Ideas in Toronto (For Any Budget)

When a quiet stroll through the St. Lawrence Market followed by dinner and a movie simply doesn’t cut it anymore, this may be your cue to switch things up. As a dynamic city that’s always in motion, Toronto is the perfect place to get adventurous with your romantic endeavors. Whether you’re shaking off those first date jitters with […]

Québec City: 8 Reasons to Visit Before Montréal

When it comes to tourism, Montréal often hogs all the glory. Canada’s second-largest city is exciting, cosmopolitan, and cultural with a long list of fabulous restaurants, boutique shops, and epic festivals. While there’s no doubt that Montréal is totally worth exploring over and over again (see: our favorite things to do in Montréal), Québec City […]

44 of the Best Things to Do in Canada

Canada measures more than 9,000 kilometers from coast to coast, so it should come as no surprise that nature plays a huge role in Canadian identity and the collective psyche. Here, there’s no shortage of heart-stopping landscapes or face-to-face encounters with nature — you can discover some of the world’s best national parks in Canada. […]

The 15 Best Snack Bars in Toronto

There’s no better way to eat and drink your way to the heart of Toronto than through its wide selection of trendy snack bars (AKA, one of the best things to do in Canada). Often hidden like a Speakeasy with their own limited menu of light nibbles and strong drinks, these undeniably hip bars are […]

Montréal Events: Epic Festivals for 2021

Forget Vegas. Next time you want to let loose in a city full of sin, head straight to Canada. Yep, we’re talking about the country that’s known for its warm winter festivals, family-run sugar shacks, and best-of-the-best national parks. But if you dig beyond that wholesome exterior, you’ll find that there’s actually a whole lot […]

31 of the Best Things to Do in Montréal

Montréal may only be Canada’s second largest city, but its cool and eclectic mix of culture, history, and art make it the first stop on most curious and adventurous travelers’ bucket list. The city is on an island. Street signs and menus are in both English and French. The drinking age is 18. There are […]

10 of the Best Rooftop Bars in Toronto

Deprived of the sun and warmth for six months or so each year, Toronto takes its spring and summer very seriously. Perhaps that’s why Torontonians are so energetic and full of life by the time the good weather finally rolls around. There’s no better way to enjoy summer in Toronto than from one of its […]

Best National Parks in Canada for the Nature Enthusiast

For outdoor adventurers, it doesn’t get much better than the natural simplicity and untouched landscapes of the world-famous national parks in Canada. It’s famously known that the state of California has more people living within its borders than all of Canada does, so it’s easy to forget that the Great White North is still the […]

St. Lawrence Market: The Heart of Toronto’s Food Scene

East of Yonge Street and south of Queen Street lies one of Toronto’s most historically significant areas: Old Toronto. While it’s home to architectural gems such as the Flatiron Building and St. Lawrence Hall, iconic landmarks such as the Hockey Hall of Fame, and numerous quaint shops and lively pubs, it’s unequivocally understood that St. […]